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Ridge Baseball Club (RBC)

Recreation League Information

 

Below is a summary of how RBC typically structures its Recreational Baseball Leagues and a brief description of the philosophy of each league.  The final determination of the make-up of any particular league (including what age groups play in it) is based on player registration and final consideration is provided once the registration period closes.  This may also include the elimination of a league resulting in combining multiple age groups and creating fewer divisions to enhance player development and team camaraderie.

 

AMERICAN LEAGUE (12 and 11 yrs)
 All 12 year old players are automatically included in the AL division.  11 year old players and if the need arises, some 10 year old players may be invited for consideration to participate in the highly competitive American League (AL) by attending the AL evaluations.  The AL will be played on fields with 50' pitching distances and 70' base paths and involves 'true baseball' leading and stealing.  The teams typically play Monday, Wednesday and Friday.  For any special circumstances please contact the Player Agent at 

NATIONAL LEAGUE (11 and 10 yrs)
  This is a competitive league for players with a strong focus on teaching and reinforcing baseball rules and skills on 'Little League' size fields.  All 11 and 10 year olds and maybe some 9 year olds will or may be invited for consideratoin to participate in the National League (NL)  by attending the NL Evaluations.  The teams typically play Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoon/evening. All 11, 10  and potential 9 year old players should attend NL evaluations to be considered for an appropriate team selection.  
 
COLLEGIATE LEAGUE (Age 9-8)
 The Collegiate league is a semi-competitive league typically consisting of players age 9 which introduces baseball strategy and skills in a fun team oriented environment.  The teams typically play Monday, Wednesday and Saturday afternoon.  This is the first league in RBC where the coaches are not on the field and the game of baseball is played entirely by the children.  While there are no Collegiate League evaluations, the teams are formed via a draft (using prior year coaches assessments) which may include highly skilled 8 year old players  The teams in the Collegiate League also participate in playoffs and Championship weekend, including the All-Star game and Skills Competition.  
 

MINOR LEAGUE (Coach Pitch, Age 7-8)
 Players that will be 7 or 8 years old on or before April 30, 2015 will generally play in the Minor League.  The Minor League is divided into the Atlantic and Pacific Divisions which breakdown players by age.  The Minor League is a developmental non-competitive league for boys and girls and at the younger level begins the season as “Coach" or "Machine" Pitch using the New Zooka pitching machines.  The Minor League will introduce players to kid pitch.  The league typically plays one night during the week on Tues/Wed/Thurs and one game on Saturday.  Coaches concentrate on teaching basic baseball rules and skills and a softer baseball is used for safety.


ROOKIE LEAGUE (Coach Pitch, Age 6)
 The those players that will be 6 years old on or before April 30, 2015 will generally play in the Rookie League.  The Rookie League is an instructional, non-competitive league for boys and girls and is either “Coach" or "Machine" Pitch using the New Zooka pitching machines.  The league typically plays one night during the week on Tues/Wed/Thurs and one game on Saturday.  Coaches concentrate on teaching basic baseball rules and skills and a softer baseball is used for safety.

TEE BALL Open to players who will be 5 BEFORE April, 30 2016.

This is an instructional, non-competitive league for boys and girls.  Coaches concentrate on teaching basic baseball rules and skills.   Tee Ball is typically played one night during the week on Mon or Friday and one game on Saturday.  A soft baseball is used for safety.


Refund Policy
Up to 2/28/17 Refund is registration fee less $25.00 admin fee.
After 3/1/17 refund is registration fee less $100.00 admin fee.

 

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